Jeff Weaver and Jody Moss took the top prize at the 24th annual Neville Tiger Scramble at Calvert Crossing Club on May 31st.

Weaver and Moss claimed the top spot in the Championship Flight of the two-man scramble with a 55, while Jim Tonore and Dale Cagnolatti placed second with a 56. Taylor Cagle and James Michael Stephens weren’t far behind with a 61, earning them a third place finish.

Stewart Shelby and Jeff Joyce earned the top spot in the first flight competition with a 65, while Dix Johnston and Mike Zambie took second (66) and Truman Van Veekhoven and Raph Rhymes placed third (66).

Earning top rank in the second flight were Bruce Hanks and Michael Harvey (67), while Ricky Guillot and Rick Guillot claimed second (67) and Keith Peveto and Jack DeMeers clinched third (67).

Taking the top spot in the third flight were Terry Reeves and Joey McGinn (71), while Kevin Sumlin and Dudley Cowan placed second (72) and Osha Ceasar and Barrett Thomas claimed third (72).

Lyle Miller and Lee Jefferson earned top honors for the fourth flight with a 75. Not far behind were Stuart Hill and Gene Haynes with a second place finish (75) and Bill Ledoux and Justin O’Neal (76).

Cagnolatti hit a hole-in-one on 17.

Zach Kirksey had the longest drive of the day, while Dennis Surratt had the longest among seniors.

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